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A whimsical tasting menu on Ponce, down-to-earth sandwiches on the BeltLine, classy pasta across from the Fox, and a cacophonous brewery on the Westside
“It’s a beautiful, fancy-ish restaurant; one or two notches below fine dining,” says co-owner Craig Richards.
Located in the lilli Midtown building at the corner of 3rd and Peachtree streets, the food at Lyla Lila is inspired by the cuisines of southern Italy and Spain will include house-made pasta and wood-fired meats and seafood, along with Old World wines and seasonal cocktails.
O4W Pizza owner Anthony Spina has returned to Atlanta with a new concept: Nina & Rafi. Atlantans had been eagerly anticipating the Grandma Pie’s homecoming, but it isn't on Nina & Rafi’s menu. Could his Detroit Red Top possibly live up to grandma’s hype?
ITP fans of Anthony Spina's grandma pie were heartbroken when he announced it wouldn't be served at Nina & Rafi. But the restaurant has promised to bring the grandma pie back for one-night-only pop-ups, the first of which is in March.
The Grandma Pie that made O4W Pizza is off the menu at Anthony Spina and Billy Streck's new restaurant, Nina & Rafi. Instead, the duo are focusing on the restaurant's other pizza styles and Italian-American comfort foods.
“What you see a lot of in Inman Park is restaurants that are a little higher end,” Billy says. “We want to offer somewhere where people can just come in and hang out, have a business lunch, or just have a drink before going to BarTaco or Beetlecat.”
The former LPC and La Pietra Cucina space straddling Buckhead and Midtown has turned over yet again. Drew van Leuvan, executive chef and owner of Seven Lamps, and Billy Streck—co-owner of Grain, Cypress Street Pint & Plate, and the upcoming Hampton & Hudson—have taken the reigns to create a neighborhood tavern called Tavernpointe. Restaurateurs Jeff Newsham, Rob Caswick, and Dave Pazienza are also partners in the endeavor.
Cypress Street Pint & Plate and Grain restaurateur Billy Streck is branching out with his wife Jenn and opening a “community bar and restaurant” called Hampton & Hudson this fall. Located in Inman Park’s 280 Elizabeth Street development—alongside MF Sushi and Ford Fry’s Optimist spinoff—Hampton & Hudson will serve healthier pub food alongside a “well-rounded” bar menu.